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Peverell Park Church ‘community asset’ bid

Here is an interesting news story from the BBC News website: “Campaigners hope to save a former Methodist church in Plymouth after getting it listed as an asset of community value.  In the summer it was announced Peverell Park would … Continue reading

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New Methodist Church trails

Two new Methodist Church trails have recently been launched: 1. ‘Isaac’s Tea Trail’ is named after a miner turned tea-seller, legendary Methodist evangelist and philanthropist Isaac Holden and is a 36 mile circular walk around the North Pennines. Details of … Continue reading

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Unidentified Organ

The Chapels Society has been sent this photograph of an unidentified organ by Melvin Hughes, Secretary of the British Institute of Organ Studies (BIOS). BIOS members are trying to identify the organ and its location and are following a lead that … Continue reading

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Chapels Heritage Study Day

There will be a Chapels Heritage Study Day held in Merthyr Tydfil on Saturday 06 July 2013 from 10.30am to 3.30pm. A number of interesting talks on Chapels in Merthyr and Wales and the book launch of “The History of … Continue reading

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Broad Street Chapel Talk

Geoff Sawers contacted us to share the news that he has been asked to give a talk at Waterstones on Broad Street in Reading as part of the Heritage Open Days weekend.  Broad Street Chapel was a Congregationalist (later URC) … Continue reading

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Sunshine in Stowmarket

Chapels Society members enjoyed an excellent day in Stowmarket and environs on 12 April 2013 and were blessed with fine spring weather.  The chapels visited on the tour were a varied and interesting mix and the catering was plentiful and … Continue reading

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